London Chinese Art Auction results Bonhams, Christie’s & Sotheby’s November 2018

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London Chinese Art Auction results Bonhams, Christie’s & Sotheby’s November 2018. A look back the results for fine Chinese bronzes, objects from the Soame Jeneyns collection. Also fine Qianlong porcelains.

A very rare Qianlong Charger Sold for $696,526, An Imperial Silk Dragon Robe realized $603,094, a Tang Bactrian Camel sold for $478,517 and a Fine collection of Netsukes. Also sold was the collection of the late Soame Jenyns, o fine Chinese and Japanese art. Also numerous Ming bronzes.

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